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Protect your heart and boost your mood with pickleball! This sport, which is a hybrid of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong, skyrocketed in popularity within the last 10 years. In fact, the USA Pickleball Association recorded a membership increase by more than 1000% from 2013 to 2020!
A lymphatic drainage massage doesn’t break up muscle tissue; rather, this gentle massage aims to eliminate toxins by moving materials back into circulation. At that point, the body’s organs clear these materials from the body.
Blood oranges are great to reduce cholesterol levels, and to promote digestion. Fiber is found in blood oranges which encourages good bacteria in your gut. 🌟 Blood oranges can be consumed in many different ways! Be sure to add them to your diet to promote digestion, and to support your gut health and immune function.
Do you struggle to get enough fiber? Consider consuming taro root. They're a good source of fiber and contain many vitamins! #seasonalproduce
Amaranth is one of the richest leafy green forms of protein available! Did you know that they offer the almost the same of protein as animal proteins? 🤯 A quarter-cup serving of raw amaranth contains 179 calories and 7 grams of protein! #JanuaryProduce
Seasonal produce is when there's plentiful, they taste the best, and cost the least! Use these monthly produce lists to save some money, and try out new produce 😋 #JanuaryProduce ____________ Follow @dherbs for health tips, facts, and join over thousands who have done the #FullBodyCleanse!⠀
Of all the super healthy greens, kale is king. It is definitely one of the most nutritious plant foods in existence, so don't forget to grab some kale on your next grocery store trip! #decemberproduce #kale
Make sure to pick some of these #seasonalproduce up on your next grocery store trip! #DecemberProduce
Did you know that squash is a fruit?! Winter squashes include Acorn Squash, Delicata Squash, Buttercup Squash Varieties, Heirloom Winter Squash, Butternut Squash, Hubbard Squash, and Spaghetti Squash. So be sure to get your hands on these enriched fruits this season! #DecemberProduce
#Onions are excellent sources of prebiotics, which are compounds that feed probiotics, the microorganisms in your gut. Several studies found that the prebiotic fiber in onions is more beneficial the the fiber found in certain fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. #NovemberProduce
#Halloween festivities include pumpkin carving, but most people don’t realize that pumpkins are good for so more than being hollowed out and carved to impress trick-or-treaters. They actually have tons of health benefits and most people avoid eating fresh pumpkins. The big carving pumpkins aren’t really meant for eating, but you always save their seeds and roast them for a healthy snack. #SeasonalProduce
Sweet Potatoes are high in #fiber and #antioxidants, which protect your body from free radical damage and promote a #healthygut and #healthybrain. Just one sweet potato gives you 400% of the vitamin A you need each day, resulting in keeping your eyes and immune system #healthy! #SeptemberProduce
Spinach belongs to the same family as beets, quinoa, and chard. #Spinach exhibits powerful anti-cancer properties from the many carotenoids. Spinach also contains epoxyxanthophylls, which work to protect men against aggressive prostate cancer. They also help to reduce excessive #inflammation! #SeptemberProduce
Pomegranates are one of fall’s best and most flavorful produce items, the pomegranate exhibits numerous health benefits! According to several studies, the antioxidants in pomegranates help the body fight back against numerous viruses. Pomegranates are also rich sources of vitamin C, which boosts antibody production in immunity development.
Dragon fruit comes from a variety of cactus species and has a striking appearance, sweet taste, and unique texture. It's naturally rich in various antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, dragon fruit makes a great addition to your diet. It may help to support immune function, improve iron levels, and promote gut health.
#Mangos are an excellent source of vitamin C, which is an essential vitamin for immune health. In addition to boosting immune function, vitamin C also works to promote collagen production, which can improve skin elasticity and appearance. Mangos also contain dietary fiber, which helps you feel full for longer! 🥭
The kiwi is one of the most nutritious fruits out there. In fact, one cup of kiwi provides nearly 275% of the recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin C. The phytonutrients and other minerals all contribute to the following health benefits: • Healthier Skin • Better Vision • Improved Digestion • Anti-Cancer Properties • Improved Cardiovascular Health #summerproduce
Butternut squash is a good source of fiber. Foods high in dietary fiber can help keep your weight loss and lower your cancer risk! You can roast it, bake it, sauté it, blend it, boil it, stir-fry it, shred it, or even add it to salads. No matter which way you eat it, you’re guaranteed to reap its awesome health benefits.
Watermelons may not get as much attention as other fruits when it comes to health benefits, but these refreshing summer melons are not to be neglected. While people are aware of the fact that watermelons help to keep you hydrated, not many know about the other impressive benefits.
Pineapples actually have some surprising health benefits that most people don’t know about. You don’t have to eat them to reap these benefits either. In fact, you can cut up some fresh pineapple and infuse it in your water! 🍍
Blueberries are known to be filled with antioxidants and their ability to help prevent cognitive decline. Did you know that roughly 14% of blueberries are carbs and the rest water! To incorporate blueberries into your day-to-day click article for Dherbs Blueberry Peach Smoothie
Peaches are loaded with vitamin C, which works to increase collagen production. Eating one large peach, according to research, will provide you with 15% of your recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin C.
Plums are rich with Vitamin C. This helps your body heal, build muscle, and form blood vessels. It's great for your eyes, too.
Figs may benefit the digestive, reproductive, endocrine, and respiratory systems.
Kiwi fruit is one of the best sources of vitamin C, with one kiwi offering 71% of the recommended daily intake. One small study found that kiwi may contribute to a better night’s sleep. Eating kiwi fruit helps to increase serotonin, which may benefit people who have sleep disturbances. 😴